Samsung has been a very popular smartphone brand for a long time now because of its brand value and better after sale service. And now they have launched their new smartphone the Samsung Galaxy A7 in the Indian market. Let’s discuss its features in detail in this review so that you can have a better idea about its both plus and minus points.
Galaxy A7 Overview
Galaxy A7 is powered by the Samsung Exynos 7885 2.2GHz Octa-Core Processor and on top has a 6.0 inch Full HD Super AMOLED Infinity display. It is also a selfie-centric smartphone and features 24 MP Camera in the front and 24 + 8 + 5MP at the Rear.
Galaxy A7 Review
Galaxy A7 has a body made up of glass and aluminum which feels premium to hold in hand. The phone is available in three colors Blue, Black and Ice Gold. It also comes with the modern 18:9 display which provides you more screen to body ratio.
Galaxy A7 comes with a 6.0 inch Full HD Super AMOLED display which provides you impressive visuals both indoors and outdoors.
It has a 3300 mAH battery which gives a screen on time of 5 to 6 hours. If you are a normal user than the phone will last you one full day.
A camera has always been the strongest point of Samsung smartphones and this time also they have not failed in providing the good camera. Both its Front and the Rear camera performed well in our usage and clicked some really impressive pictures
As it is powered by the Exynos 7885 chipset no lag whatsoever was seen in our usage. Exynos 7885 is completely balanced and powerful chipset and gives you the best performance at an affordable price. It is also more powerful and battery efficient than its competitors, Helio P60 and Kirin 710.
Samsung Galaxy A7 is a very good device in all aspects whether it would be in Camera, Gaming or any sort of activity. So at a Price of Rs. 23,990 it is worth buying. It gives you everything that you need in a smartphone, better camera, better performance, and a good design.
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